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1 minute ago, Travelling_Wilbury said:

It is a lot smoother than I thought it would be.

Have the graphics been updated or is this strictly to make it compatible with P3D?

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19 minutes ago, mwilk said:

Have the graphics been updated or is this strictly to make it compatible with P3D?

Graphics are the same, but I use Andre's VC mod which makes it a lot better. Interface has been updated though for P3D.

Edit: Has Multi Installer FSX, FSX-SE (Side by Side ) P3D 3.4

 

External model has always been the best. Have used the CS one, and LVL D is more realistic IMHO

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Just now, Travelling_Wilbury said:

but I use Andre's VC mod which makes it a lot better. Interface has been updated though for P3D.

Could you please point us to the proper place to see this mod?. Thanks.

Cheers, Ed

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It is in the members only section of the  registered users forum Look for Andre's VC Mod FSX. And Door gauge from Jim Hopkinson  It is near the top. Link on first post. Also, Andre has some great liveries for the 76 in the Avsim Lib.

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21 minutes ago, Travelling_Wilbury said:

Graphics are the same, but I use Andre's VC mod which makes it a lot better. Interface has been updated though for P3D.

Edit: Has Multi Installer FSX, FSX-SE (Side by Side ) P3D 3.4

 

External model has always been the best. Have used the CS one, and LVL D is more realistic IMHO

Thank you. I might have to jump on this as I always enjoyed the Level-D 767.

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7 minutes ago, mwilk said:

Thank you. I might have to jump on this as I always enjoyed the Level-D 767.

Make sure you get Andre's VC mod and Door gauge from Jim Hopkinson in the members download area.

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I downloaded the Level-D again and installed it in FSX and P3D, but I can't seem to be able to add any liveries like I use to in FSX.

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7 minutes ago, specialist said:

I downloaded the Level-D again and installed it in FSX and P3D, but I can't seem to be able to add any liveries like I use to in FSX.

Not got to that yet. Will try now.

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You could also have a look at this "Level D 767 repaint virtual cockpit and hd resize" by Massimo Grassi. It's in the library on here.

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12 minutes ago, MindYerBeak said:

You could also have a look at this "Level D 767 repaint virtual cockpit and hd resize" by Massimo Grassi. It's in the library on here.

Downloading now. Look very good indeed. Thanks for the heads up

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So far the non winglet liveries are installing properly, but noticed none of the winglet liveries are installing, it gives you an error message.

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The liveries have to be winglet specific I think. If the readme does not mention winglet,  it needs to go to non winglet.

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Massimo Grassi vc mod is nice, just wish he would have left the FMC screen alone, instead of putting his info.

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1 minute ago, specialist said:

Massimo Grassi vc mod is nice, just wish he would have left the FMC screen alone, instead of putting his info.

Yes, that was a bit silly

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I got the winglet version to work by installing them manually. For some reason the winglet texture gets added to the non winglet texture folder and aircraft.cfg.

I didn't get an error though when I first tried it. Had a winglet version that I was installing.

This update is the best news I have had in a long time.

Bill Barrette

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Wow cool to see it being revived for P3D. Any issues in prepar3d to be aware of? Most everything works?

 

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3 hours ago, specialist said:

Massimo Grassi vc mod is nice, just wish he would have left the FMC screen alone, instead of putting his info.

Open the textures in photoshop and remove it. I did that for mine, but can't really distribute as it's his work.

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9 minutes ago, HighTowers said:

Wow cool to see it being revived for P3D. Any issues in prepar3d to be aware of? Most everything works?

 

Everything works, but in my case i had to delete the payload text file as it was crashing P3D 3.4. Also had to copy the uires folder from an old FSX installation.

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So far, everything seems to work without any real trouble at all. VAS is like 2.2 GB, lol and plane and liveries look great. I am a United guy, so I got the new post merge and blue and white tulip liveries installed and easily so. Andre's VC mod works and looks good, door opening gauge works, gauges are very sharp, aircraft runs at like 50 fps on my 7700K system in the virtual cockpit, lol. Same exact great plane as you remembered from FS9 and FSX, just P3D. Of course, VC is dated looking, but...still...one of the best addons ever made for flight sim, so I can live with it for now.

Oh, one thing...need to update the nav database; it is from 2007. I searched through my DVD backups and found a more recent database for the LDS.

Thanks to LDS for this present out of the blue!

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56 minutes ago, HighTowers said:

Wow cool to see it being revived for P3D. Any issues in prepar3d to be aware of? Most everything works?

 

Worked out of the box for me. No previous install ( 3 years ago it was removed)

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